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] and the honorable mayor of the city and county of san francisco, gavin newsom. [applause] today we stand on the brink of the future of this island by commemorating the historic agreement with the transfer of the formal the -- naval station from a united states navy to the city and county of san francisco. i know i speak for many people who have worked extremely hard to make this day a reality, people on all sides of the table, across organizations, when i say that it is truly an honor and a proud moment. i would like to take a moment to acknowledge our many partners and supporters who are here today. please forgive me if i do not mention everyone. there are too many of you to name individually, but i would like to recognize, and if you would please stand, former mayor willie brown, current and past members of the treasure island development authority board of directors. our treasure island citizens advisory board, and the treasure island homeless development initiative, one of our great partners, and of course, our private sector partners, the treasure island community development. and t
antecedentes. >> en seguida. >> ya esta gavin newsom para hablarnos de la candidatura. >> si quiere votar el 18 de octubre es el último día. >> ya volvemos. >> :":oax::oaxaca, m xico :":smt::santa mar a de tlahuitoltepec :":cg::secretario municipal de la entidad, cipriano gomez porque la lista siempre es larga. cuando hay tantos mandados que hacer. es hora de simplificar. de ir a un solo lugar. safeway. donde encuentra la calidad que prefiere y las especiales de la tarjeta club. como espaldilla de res a $1.99 la libra. y agua crystal geyser por $3.99. y con precios bajos todos los días ahorra en lo que usa a diario. todo en un solo viaje. esa es nuestra promesa. así le damos ingredientes para su vida. ---en el pasado hemos ---en el pasado hemos platicado con el ex senador . el pasado hablamos con avel maldonado, hoy hablamos con alcalde de san francisco, gavin newsom . >> tenemos traducion simultanea para nuestros habitantes. >> esta vez . >> hemos hecho muchas cosas, hemos ayudado mucho a los bomberos, queremos hacer lo mismo para otros condados. >> tenemos problemas muy serios en educaci
the dome well today. [laughter] and of the government. a mayor who is making history, gavin newsom. [applause] mayor newsom: thank you. thank each and every one of you for being here. it is an honor to have you here, and you have been here many times with the flag raising ceremonies. this is, in particular, very important and appropriate that we ask all of you to be here. we share so much in terms of the respective histories. i am reminded every time i go down the hallway, of this history. the mayors who are here before the city of san francisco. the city was founded over 200 years ago. that connection in mexico and the relationship with spain, all the challenges that are good and bad. this is more positive with an engaging future. this is something that is indelible in the minds of the people of san francisco. particularly those who served as custodians of this great city. she is right to say that what makes san francisco special and what makes the bay area special, and the state of california so remarkable is the ability to attract people from every conceivable walk of life, rega
and no stranger to all of you, san francisco mayor gavin newsom, who is going to discuss what things have been going on right here in san francisco with this program. mayor newsom: thank you for your stewardship and leadership in bringing us all together. i thank all the mayors that are here and all of you for taking the time to be here. from our perspective, there are few things more important than this. at the end of the day, what we are really talking about, what we are organizing around is job creation and economic development, reducing the costs not only to government, but reducing the cost to individual businesses, large and small, that want to reduce their energy bill at the same time we advance our environmental principles and advance our collective goals. as many of you know, san francisco has a low global climate action plan. basically all that is is the formal plan that 3043 other mayors -- at 1043 other mayors have signed to robot greenhouse gas unless it -- emissions to 1990 levels by 2012. we have done that through -- in small part in terms of that reduction. that is energy effic
everything like that. gavin newsom that is good, and i know all our departments are going through their personnel file. john, you mentioned you had a number of employees. anything you want to add? >> we did not check with all departments, but we are also having the department of human resources run a list of the addresses. so far, we have a list of about 24 addresses that may or may not be, so we will be reaching out to every one of those individuals as well as those the province. you may not think you have an employee who lives in san bruno, but he made. we have departments assigned here, so you will be getting a call from us. mayor newsom: animal welfare and patrol? you guys were sent out, and you have been helpful. thank you. if you could just let us know a little bit about what you have done. >> our apartment was on standby as early as 8:00 last night. we reached out to our counterparts in san mateo county, the peninsula humane society, and offered our assistance. this morning around 10:00, we got a request for help, and we sent two units with animal control officers to canvas
two sister cities, the father of four cities, mayor gavin newsom. [applause] >> thank you all for coming out. charlotte, matthew, the protocol team. getting you all here on the balcony in city hall. i want to welcome my friends from spain. thank you. thank you for your leadership. i want to pay particular note and complement to supervise a david campos for his hard work and tenacity and commitment to this sister city. he has been talking about this for months. i want to congratulate him on a job well done in helping to organize this and being a good steward in the process. i also want to thank --where is he? but they acknowledged supervisor bevan dufty. there is jose cisneros. we thank him for his strong support. as well come a department head, commissioners assembled. this is our 18th sister city. formally, our relationships go back to 1957. the idea behind sister cities began when then-president dwight eisenhower recognized we need to reconcile that there were agreed -- disagreement between nations coming out of world war ii and the best way to reconcile the disagreement was
whittman womanner is that her? or is it poiser. >> meg whittman or jerry brown. >> gavin newsom. >> mayor of san francisco. i heard it on the radio. gavin newsom. >> why do you think people have a hard time answering that question? >> as college students we aren't informed. we have a social life and decide to go to a social life instead of learning about politics. >>> students got it only half right. they knew mayor gavin newsom was running for lieutenant governor gut the name they didn't know is active lieutenant governor. >>> san jose city council is known for being an eco-friendly building. now san jose' state university are catching the green wave. >> they are auditing climate and energy control. catherine curbings is eager to train students to make a difference. >> the biggest issue in our society for the next couple of centuries. if not san jose' state university, i can't think of a better association to engage. >> almost half the energy in the united states is from residential and commercial use. curbing says the green wave movement will help combat this nationwide problem. candace
and county of san francisco, the honorable gavin newsom. [applause] mayor newsom: thank you all for being here. i could not hear a word that jack just said because i'm sitting next to the flag, but obviously, it shows who is expandable up here, the person sitting on this side of the stage, but let me welcome speaker of the house nancy pelosi and secretary mavis and all the people that helped make this day possible. welcome and thank you for your leadership and your stewardship, to mayor willie brown and all of his hard work. his then staffer, now my staffer, who worked so diligently through two administrations to get us through this day. i thank you. to the development team. to the residents of this island that have been patient beyond imagination. with the hope and expectation we would get to this point. to all those that are looking forward to the ground breaking to be hosted some time next year. it is pretty remarkable -- this is a small city, and about 10% of our land happens to be on three principal areas. all three of them former naval bases. out there in hunters point. the army out
the effort this project. the mayor of the city of san francisco gavin newsom and his team, the mayor of barcelona and his team and all institutions and private citizens who helped make possible this relationship between san francisco and barcelona. thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you, mr. council in general. next to let me introduce someone who is very important. that is not just about establishing the sister city relationship, but making sure it is a meaningful one. that would not be possible without the work of the sister city committee. the president of that committee is here. she has been working diligently for the last few months. we are excited about the leadership that she will continue to provide. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome and thank you for being here. it is an honor to have such key figures here today as we welcome the formal recognition of the sister city relationship between barcelona and san francisco, and what better timing than spain's recent victory in the world cup last week. back in history, the catalan region was home to an important figur
will hear from later on in the program, and of course our mayor, gavin newsom. gavin newsom has been a leader of the environment before it was the sexy thing to do. he has been responsible for putting solar power at moscone center; responsible for putting power at san francisco international airport; responsible for putting solar power at the waste water facility in the bayview hunter's point. he will be responsible for putting power on our libraries, on our schools, and everywhere possible in the city and county of san francisco. we're very fortunate that this mayor has been the first mayor to create a climate action plan that will reduce the green house emissions by 20 percent by the year 2012. this mayor has also been a leader and innovation and we're looking at creating -- in harnessing paddle power below the golden gate bridge and that will be done under gavin newsom's leadership. so please put your hands together and give a warm san francisco welcome to our mayor, my mayor, gavin newsom. >> thank you. newly elected so i've got to now call him mr. president. thank you, president
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, are sitting here today. speaker nancy pelosi, mayor gavin newsom. the mayor said some mighty nice things about me, but i tell you -- this would not have happened without the speaker and the mayor. i had been navy secretary about 10 minutes when the speaker called and said, "can we do something about treasure island?" i went up and talked to her, and and i talked to the mayor, and it was a group effort, a team effort, and we stood on the work that other people have done, and a couple of those folks are here today. mayor willie brown, and my predecessor as secretary of the navy, both of whom were here when this process started, and both of whom live the groundwork for what we are able to do here today, so thank you. united states navy in association with treasure island began 70 years ago, right after the completion of world expo, 1939-1940. the navy took this over, and from these shores, tens of thousands of sailors and marines left the fight in the pacific in world war ii, and a lot of those sailors and marines who left from here, this was the last time they saw america, and they made the ulti
for more than 3 decades. most recent book is the art of simple cooking. mayor gavin newsom has brought fresh ideas and renewed ideas to the city and county of san francisco known internationally for his environmental records. he has paid attention to his healthy food to partner in public schools in healthy food programs. let's almost mayor gavin newsom and ms. alice waters. [applause] >> after you. all right. the carpet even is soft and cuddling. thank you, all of you and to our great librarian, thank you very much for helping organize this and hosting this and for your kind introduction, and alice, welcome, to what i hope and expect will be very painless. but nonetheless, a very important conversation. before we get started, just logistically, about 15 minutes before our time expires, i would love to take your specific questions, send them down to the end and we'll get as many questions, your specific questions in by the end of the hour, depending, i'll gauge the room to see how uncomfortable the room is looking, thank you and welcome for being here. now the question is, what is a new
for our economy. today, i'm very honored to be joining mayor gavin newsom. again, without his leadership, this would not have been possible. he was relentless, as he always is. using all the new technologies to make sure that we were never off the radar, grid, or any other screen in terms of moving this along. again, as i said, the foundation that was led by previous scenarios. now, these roots go deeper, and it is a sign of signing this endorsement agreement today, we ensure that this site will remain a source of jobs for our community for decades to come. all of you who played a role in this should take great satisfaction that part of your legacy of public service went to something that the mayor calls a big deal, a very big deal for our community, for our country. in closing, i just want to salute the navy for keeping treasure island safe for us so that we could come to this day of transition to civilian use that is also a sign of the strength of our country. thank you all very much. [applause] >> thank you. i would also like to acknowledge the tremendous partnership that we have had
mayor gavin newsom, who has some spectacular news. mayor newsom: i think this is the completion of your first week on the job. melanie was with the speaker's office doing similar work, so that we could be successful in san francisco and but in a position to make a lot of the announcements we have been making bore over the last number of years. i happen to think this is a big deal. i think that other cities across the country that struggle to deal with the issue of their diversion rates with landfills that are literally filling up, that are becoming floating regattas of landfills that are being pushed up and down rivers and across the coast and around the continent, that this represents an important milestone, the cities can think differently and act differently and do some of them substantially differently -- do something substantially differently as it relates to their waist. what we know, we do not think, is that 1 million to 1.5 million people are moving into the urban cores and consuming roughly 80% of the earth's natural resources in these urban centers. what do you do with that co
, and this library -- what better place to celebrate the announcement are new:gloria? with me, gavin newsom, who will do the honors. >> it was an extraordinary commitment the public made when it passed not one bond, but two bombs. what a contrast is to be in san francisco in spite of this huge budget challenge where we are actually expanding our hours of the last 12 months, of expanding them on the evenings and on sundays and investing in unprecedented amounts of capital and improving the physical conditions of the library. we're proud of that, and it is important to reflect on that. i do not know of another city that can lay claim, so i am proud to be here and thankfully to the time to be here and it is an honor for me. it is the second time to appoint a poet laureate to our city, and this is going back to the previous administration, when lawrence ferlinghetti took the baton. he has now passed it on, officially, from jack kirsch men to diane as our fifth poet laureate. you would have thought that it must have gone on longer. but i am proud of it. as was jack, and i do not see him here, of his
jordan, willie brown and gavin newsome. and i wanted to thank all three mayors for appointing me, but more importantly, i also want to say that i felt the last eight years that i'm going to leave the commission better off than it was when i first started. many of you may remember, at that time we had charter reform where we had four appointed by the mayor and three appointed by the board. and many felt that we would have a lot of confrontation between the commissioners. i am pleased to say that we have worked very well together. all the commissioners, especially the present commissioners. one of the major goals that we have been able to look into the future for san francisco is the approval of about 23,000 housing units in the last eight years. aside from that, one of the things we have don very well is
, tras la ruptura de un conducto de gas ayer en san bruno.---el alcalde de san francisco, "gavin newsom" y la jefa del departamento de bomberos se reunieron hoy con el vice-presidente de la empresa de gas y electricidad para discutir cómo evitar que suceda una tragedia similar en san francisco.---desde el aÑo 2002, han ocurrido 19 explosiones en las tuberias de gas de "pg&e". --los senadores estatales ''alex padilla'' y ''mark leno'' dieron el pesame a las victimas de este desastre en san bruno.--los legisladores anunciaron que realizaran una audiencia en el senado para analizar las causas de la explosion y tomar medidas que eviten tragedias similares en el futuro.--esta sesion se llevara a cabo en las proximas semanas. ---enseguida en noticias univision 14......en medio de una gran polemica se conmorara el noveno aniversario de los ataques terroristas del 11 de septiembre (locutor) las drogas o el alcohol pueden hacer que te olvides de tus problemas por un momento, pero no será lo único que olvides. (adolescente) mi mamá se sacrificó mucho para recuperarse. y la amo por eso. (loc
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